Last month, I was working with a lady who told me that she had tried everything to transform her health but had still not found the 'elixir of vibrancy' that she had been looking for.
She had explored many different paths, none of which had resulted in any lasting results. She felt tired and overwhelmed with all the different options and was ready for a breakthrough...
In the course of our conversation, I mentioned that the one thing that was going to make all the difference, was if she started turning her 'healthy actions' into 'healthy habits'...
I said that taking 'healthy actions' was great but unless she could transform them into 'healthy habits' then her results would always be fleeting.
When I shared this, I could see the 'light bulb' being turned. Inspired and intrigued, she asked me for some healthy habits that she could start to develop that would make a big difference. I gave her a few to try out and I have been so inspired by her results that I thought that you might like to start trying them out too...
Habit #1: Start your day with a glass of lemon water.
Start your day by drinking a big glass of water with lemon juice. This is a great way to help alkalise your body and has to be one of the easiest, yet most-effective habits you can cultivate to create radiant health.
After a night of ‘fasting’ drinking a glass of fresh lemon water is the perfect way to start your day. Additionally, drink plenty of filtered water throughout the day. It can help you to eradicate sickness including chronic disease, digestive issues, asthma, facial wrinkles and other ailments linked to dehydration.
Your body is comprised of approximately 70 percent water so it is important that you drink plenty of water to keep your cells healthy and smooth. Flushing your body with water is a very easy way to promote self-healing and can even aid natural detoxification.
Habit #2: Boost your micro-nutrient intake.
Weight gain, fatigue, food allergies, food addictions, anxiety and the symptoms from most chronic diseases can be tremendously helped with the addition of micro-nutrients in your diet. Micro-nutrients are a fancy name for vitamins and minerals. These are critical to your health as these are what fuel every single cell in your body. They are found high quantities in fresh vegetables and fruit.
So, how do you know if you might be deficient in micro-nutrients?
It is really simple. If you feel tired, need to lose weight or suffering with muscle aches, stiffness or sickness, this is a sure sign that you need to increase your daily intake of micronutrients. If possible, it is always recommended that you work alongside a qualified health practitioner.
If you simply want more energy and flexibility in your body try incorporating some of my favorite nutritional supplements: